The Ouroboros is an ancient symbol depicting a serpent or dragon eating its own tail. It has been said to have a meaning of infinity the cycle of birth and death or wholeness all things.
Inside the dragon is an alchemy symbol that represents human transmutation. The philosophy behind is “To obtain, something of equal value must be lost” which is inline with Ouroboros. The start of would be the end of the other. tattoo done in morbid tattoo parlor in cash and carry mall makati manila.
Siddham symbol; The Buddha image is associated with wisdom. This symbol is the ‘vamh’ seed, which means â€œpure wisdomâ€. Everything in the universe forms the body of the primal Buddha and he exists in the heart of all beings. Dainichi is the Great Sun illuminating all corners of space. All the other Buddhas spring from his immense energy. Dainichi has two spheres of action: The Diamond Realm, indestructibe, spiritual, unified, centered on prajna, and the Womb Realm (Garbadhatu), material, dynamic, fertile, all inclusive.
This is a potent symbol of death and a graphic reminder of the transitory nature of life. The Grim Reaper and the Skull were often used as symbols in medieval and renaissance art as a stark reminder of the fact that life is finite and hints powerfully at the afterlife that awaits us. Many paintings of saints in particular prominently feature skulls, and art that depicted famine and disease often contain the cloaked and hooded figure of the Grim Reaper, skull peeking out, scythe in hand to better harvest human souls. The Grim Reaper is often associated as an agent of Satan or the Devil, but this is not necessarily the case. The Grim Reaper is Death. Whether the Soul goes to Heaven or Hell or ends up in purgatory depends on the kind of life lived by the recently deceased. This tattoo is not for the faint of heart.